Officers had the vehicle “towed as evidence” while the “driver was cooperating with the investigating officers.”
“The devices were thrown at the main residence which had an attached occupied dog house. Inside the residence when the fires were started were (10) ten people ranging in age from an infant to 39 years-old.”
“Numerous environmental violations were documented including deleterious materials located near waterways and placement of trash and refuse where it may enter waterways.”
“Deputies learned Glover had thrown books at the adult male and struck him several times with a metal rod which caused visible injuries.”
“Our local CVS is currently refusing to release the name of the customer despite being served with a signed search warrant.”
“While we are unable to promise you leniency during the prosecution process if you do come forward, we can offer you the moral defense that you made a bad decision and panicked, but you are now coming forward to make things right.”
Readers, please note: this press release describes crimes of a sexual and violent nature that may be disturbing to some.
A Round Valley resident told us approximately twenty undercover vehicles and twenty officers are at the residence and forensics teams appear to be digging up the yard.
Investigators continue to interview witnesses and review surveillance footage of the intersection of Main Street and Oak Street where a 39-year-old Fort Bragg was struck causing significant injuries to his face and head.
“Sheriff’s Deputies began responding and prior to arriving, Tribal Police advised they had located Curtis Bettega hiding near the vehicle.”